South Georgia: An Introduction
Imagine visiting a remote Sub-Antarctic island that is home to the some of the greatest concentrations of wildlife on Earth which is only accessible by sea. South Georgia is situated in the southern Atlantic Ocean, about 800 miles from the Falklands Islands (Islas Malvinas).
There are no permanent residents on the island, and it is home to an abundance of wildlife seen nowhere else. It’s a place nature documentaries visit to film the 100,000’s of King Penguin which call South Georgia their home.
As well as being remote, the rugged, mountainous island is also rarely visited, which means you can roam in the wilderness and see wildlife without crowds.
What better way to explore South Georgia than on a 15-day in-depth small group expedition cruise with just 48 other guests?